Entries for the ‘Living’ Category

Lamb for Fårikål

One of the things Norwegians are certainly masters of is eating in season. It is smart, economical and environmentally conscious, a long tradition that has paid off.

Berry Pick’n Nature

The beauty of Norway astounds me. It can be grand and overwhelming or delicate and intimate. The forest stops you from looking at the bigger picture. Blocking the view of yonder, it commands you to take in the little things…

The New Nordic Diet Fad

Naturally, Nordic peoples survived on large quantities of red meat (including sea mammals) and fish, breads (because grain stored well), fresh native fruits and plants in the summer and maybe a few stored root veg in the winter. This is NOT the new Nordic Diet fad.

World Heritage Lille Raipas

Lille Raipas is a World Heritage listed mountain in our home town, Alta.  It was one of the points used to calculate the circumference of the earth, and how flat the North and South Poles are.  It is about a 2km casual walk to the top with diverse scenery. To start we walked through Englandskogen, […]

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